If you have jumper cables, connect one end of the cable to your car and the other end of the cable to a working vehicle. start your vehicle and letting it run for 10 minutes before attempting to start the dead battery.
if not, try using a set of metal wires (not tightly); this will “short out” some current and help build up the charge in your battery enough that you'll be able to plug in your key and start it.
can i jump start my car without another car?
if you have a set of jumper cables and a healthy-enough battery, then yes! the procedure is outlined well on https://en.wikihow.com/jump-start-a-car
a dead battery may not be simple to fix as it can be caused by a variety of issues, but there are some commons sense steps that will help avoid the headache now or in the future from what could now be an expensive lesson learned. some common reasons for car batteries going dead include loose connections at the terminal posts under your hood, a corroded connection to your vehicle's ground wire, dirty terminals on both ends of your battery cable–especially if they share moderate-to connecters that secure them securely to the terminals themselves
how do you start an automatic car with a dead battery without another car?
you can charge the battery with a power inverter. prime the charging process by turning your ignition on and off 10 times to make sure that electric current will not go into reverse and damage anything. hook up the unfused auxiliary cable that is included in newer car models or else purchase an unfused cable at an auto parts store, attach it to the positive and negative cables of your dead battery, connect one cable end but do not start trying to crank just yet. use another wire such as a paper clip or any metal object conductive enough for you without compromising safety, wrap it around each of two terminals in 10-second intervals so that there is no break in electricity flow. this could take time depending on how long ago was
how do you jumpstart a car by yourself?
have you tried jumping the battery from a different vehicle? most newer vehicles have a 10-15 amp jumper cable coiled on the driver's side of the engine. older cars will not have this cable though, so don't waste your time going for this if your car is old enough. car batteries are rarely more than 20-25 feet away from each other in an emergency. if you're having trouble looking for it, get somebody to meet you with their jumper cables and simply follow them back to their own vehicle.
if that doesn't work, then try taking out the battery from one car and putting it into another by carefully lifting up at one end of the battery while gently moving it towards one corner of the compartment
can you start a car without a car battery?
yes, but make sure you have access to jumper cables!
a car can be started without a battery if someone supplies the car with power through another means, which is generally accomplished by using jumper or booster cables. connect one end of the black clamp on the negative terminal of the donor vehicle's battery to their engine's engine block where it won't contact any paint, metal or other flammable material. clamp the other end of that same cable tightly around the positive post on your dead battery. do not touch these clamps together while they are connected to your vehicle unless you want go ahead and manually disconnect them after because sparks will fly!
if at all possible turn off everything electrical in both cars. then connect one red